nanoComposix specializes in the fabrication, characterization, and integration of nanomaterials into products and systems. Our mission is to enable our customers to maximize the potential benefits of nanotechnology through the use of precisely engineered, highly characterized nanomaterials. Our multi-disciplinary technical teams provide method and protocol development, rapid prototyping, integration solutions, and testing services for researchers in aerospace, defense, material science, and biotechnology industries.
The UC Center for Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology (UC CEIN) studies the effects of nanomaterials on a range of biological systems in terrestrial, freshwater, and marine environments. From this research, the UC CEIN will design a comprehensive risk-ranking model, based on the potential toxicity, mobility, and persistence of the nanomaterials. With the rapid development of nanotechnology, little is known about the possible environmental, health, and safety impacts of nanomaterials.
“exceed with nanofibers” air filters are manufactured and marketed by eSpin Technologies Inc., a leading nanofiber production company established in Chattanooga, Tennessee, in 1999. Compared to traditional filters, exceed air filters capture a higher percentage of small particles below 500 nanometer including bacteria, smoke particles, droplet nuclei, vaporized metal soot, and other small contaminants including nanoparticles. Providing cleaner air results in higher quality products, more productive employees, cleaner a/c coils, and ducts.
Carestream Advanced Materials developed FLEXX films by applying more than 100 years of expertise in nanomaterial science, thin-film technology and roll-to-roll coating know-how. Our new films feature an innovative silver nanomaterial technology that allows for exceptional conductance and superior optical performance.
CHASM Advanced Materials Inc. (CHASM) produces Signis few-wall and single-wall and carbon nanotubes using the patented CoMoCAT® catalytic method in fluidized bed reactors. The CoMoCAT method is proven for the scalable selective synthesis of carbon nanotubes with remarkable control of diameter, chirality and purity. These CNT products are ideally suited for commercial application in battery materials, thin-film transistors, transparent conductive films, NRAM and more.